Saturday, November 1, 2014

Walker says he doesn't need surrogates...brings in surrogates

I figured that when Scott Walker said he didn't need to bring in surrogates - - as was Mary Burke - - that his surrogates would soon be arriving.

Sure enough, welcome back New Jersey GOP governor and wannabe drill sergeant Chris Christie.

Walker said he wasn't looking for help from outsiders:
“[Christie] is coming because he asked if he could come and we weren’t going to say no,” Walker said. “But we’re not looking for surrogates. The people that have been campaigning with me are by and large from Wisconsin.”
Welcome former GOP national chairman and ex-Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour.'s the thing about Walker.

When he says something, the opposite is what's true.

When he says the environment is cleaner now than when he took office, the facts about oil pipeline breaks, gasoline spills, frac sand mine overflows, dairy and manure pollution in his intentionally-deregulated state prove otherwise.

When he said he campaigned openly through the 2010 race on wiping out public sector bargaining, and also claimed that Act 10 changes were but a "modest, modest proposal," the truth is the opposite.

He's got a real problem with speaking honestly - - which is why his statement on the Act his 'campaigning' on it is among the many "False" ratings assigned by PolitiFact to his statements, and why, along with his "Pants on Fire" findings, his fully "True" findings are so few by comparison.

His record is here.

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